Definition of aisle
- supported by members on both sides of the aisle
- Prenuptial agreements have long been used by couples who want to set down the terms of any future divorce before they walk down the aisle.
- —Desa Philadelpha
The bride walked down the aisle to the altar.
By the end of the concert, the people in the theater were dancing in the aisles.
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to lower or disgrace the reputation of
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